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How Events are Sorted:

First, at the top of the list: SAMHSA Disaster Helpline and similar links.

Next in the list: Bundled “All Day” Events for organizations with events happening at multiple times throughout the day and/or in many formats or locations; these are bundled into a single listing to prevent endless scrolling.  Usually these offer a lookup by zip code or other criteria. 

Lastly, Time-Specific Events listed by start time from 12:01am early morning to 11:59pm late night.  Warmlines and places east of Oregon’s time zone tend to start earlier (e.g. 4am in Oregon is 7am in New York).

Apr
21
Sun
2024
00 – Hotlilne – 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline – 24/7 Weekdays & Weekends
Apr 21 all-day

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Oregon is ready for nationwide launch of 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

Starting July 16, people in Oregon and nationwide will be able to call, text or chat 988, a new three-digit number, available 24/7, that will directly connect anyone experiencing a behavioral health crisis to compassionate care and support from trained crisis counselors. The 988 dialing-code connects callers to the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a network of local crisis call-centers throughout the country. In Oregon, 988 call-centers are operated by Lines for Life statewide, and Northwest Human Services in Marion and Polk counties.

How Does 988 Work?

988 was established in July 2022 to improve access to crisis services in a way that meets our country’s growing suicide and mental health-related crisis care needs. 988 provides easier access to behavioral health crisis services, which are distinct from the public safety purposes of 911 (where the focus is on dispatching Emergency Medical Services, fire and police as needed).

911 continues to operate as it does across the state. For serious and life-threatening situations, 988 call centers work with local mental health providers to support appropriate interventions.

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and Oregon’s 988 call centers are collaborating with 911 Public Safety Answering Points to develop a roadmap on how 911 and 988 can coordinate with each other in the future.

988 crisis counselors are trained to use the least invasive interventions. Oftentimes, responding to a call, text or chat is all that is needed to help someone in crisis. In fact, more than 95 percent of current calls are resolved over the phone.

If a 988 call cannot be resolved over the phone, a mobile crisis team or first responder may be dispatched.

Other important facts to know:

  • 988 is available through every landline, cell phone and voice-over internet device in the United States, as well as text and chat.
  • The current technology for 988 routes callers by area code, not geolocation.
  • 988 is not currently available when phones are locked or do not have prepaid minutes.
  • The transition to 988 does not impact the availability of crisis services for veterans and military service members. They can call 988 and press 1 to connect with the Veterans Crisis Line.
  • For support in Spanish, callers can press 2 to connect with the Red Nacional de Prevención del Suicidio.

The 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline has an infographic with more information on what happens when people call, text or chat.

Community partners interested in helping promote 988 can use posters, social media shareables and other materials about 988 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration at samhsa.gov/988. Learn more about 988 in Oregon on OHA’s 988 webpage. Read press release about 988.

00 – Hotline – 2SLGBT+ CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES GUIDE – 24/7 Weekdays & Weekends
Apr 21 all-day

 

 

 2SLGBT+ CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES GUIDE

YOUR GUIDE TO CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES

 

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Crisis Text Line                           Youthline
Text or cal l988 Text “NATIVE” to 741741 Call 877-968-8491 or text” teen2teen” to 839863
Available 24/7 Available 24/7 Available 24/7, youth peers answering from 4pm-10pm PST.
Connects to Crisis Counselor Connects to Crisis Counselor Connects to youth peer counselors  native youth peer counselors available
For Any Person For Any Person For Youth
For any mental health Crisis For any mental health Crisis For any mental health crisis or general emotional support
Formerly known as the Suicide Prevention Lifeline, operated by SAMHSA Operated by Crisis Text Line Operated by Lines for Life

 

00 – Hotline – SURO – SpeakUp ReachOut – The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Eagle Valley – Crisis Numbers Talk and Text – 24/7 @ phone
Apr 21 all-day

 

SpeakUp ReachOut
The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Eagle Valley – Crisis Numbers Talk and Text
If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, help is available. If need someone to talk to, help is available. If you are trying to help someone else and are not sure what to do, help is available.
Your Hope Center’s support line and Colorado Crisis Services are open 24/7. Vail Health Behavioral Health can help you find a therapist or access 6 free therapy sessions through Olivia’s Fund. Please take advantage of these FREE resources if you need them, anytime you need them:
💛 Your Hope Center: 970-306-4673
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: 844-493-8255
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: text TALK to 38255
💛 Behavioral Health: vailhealthbh.org
Si usted o alguien que conoce está luchando con una crisis de salud mental o en crisis, hay ayuda disponible. Si necesita alguien con quien hablar, hay ayuda disponible. Si está tratando de ayudar a otra persona y no está seguro de qué hacer, hay ayuda disponible.
La línea de apoyo de Your Hope Center y Colorado Crisis Services están abiertas las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana. Behavioral Health puede ayudarte a encontrar un terapeuta, un grupo de apoyo o acceder a 6 sesiones de terapia gratuitas a través de Olivia ‘s Fund. Aproveche estos recursos GRATUITOS en cualquier momento que los necesite:
💛 Your Hope Center: 970-306-4673
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: 844-493-8255
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: text TALK to 38255
💛 Behavioral Health: vailhealthbh.org
01 – Helplline – SP – SAFE PLACE – Youth Crisis Support Service – TXT 4 HELP – Text the word “safe” and your current location (address, city, state) to 4HELP (44357) – 24/7 @ Text line
Apr 21 all-day
05 – Warmline – AriStress Helpline – Mental Health Support for Oregon Farmworkers – call or text (833) 987-2474 – 24/7 – Weekdays & Weekends @ toll free
Apr 21 all-day
05 - Warmline - AriStress Helpline - Mental Health Support for Oregon Farmworkers - call or text (833) 987-2474 - 24/7 - Weekdays & Weekends @ toll free

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mental health support available 24/7 to Oregon farmworkers

call or text (833) 987-2474

People can call the AgriStress Helpline when they are in a crisis, need resources, are concerned about a loved one or just need someone to talk to. Calls are answered within 30 seconds, and all callers are screened for suicidality and offered a 24-hour follow-up call.

The Oregon AgriStress Helpline is available 24/7. If you or someone you love is struggling, call or text (833) 987-2474. The phone line can be accessed in up to 160 languages with the help of interpreters, and the text line offers English, Spanish and Vietnamese.

The helpline’s crisis specialists understand the culture, values, stressors and lived experiences of agriculture, forestry, and fishing workers. They can also offer local mental health resources specific to these industries.

 

RDB – raices de bienestar – Sudicide Prevention and Intervention for Latine Communities – Online Self Study @ online register for details
Apr 21 all-day

 

Raíces is thrilled to announce the launch of our on-demand Suicide Prevention and Intervention for Latine Communities training! Led by our dedicated experts, Dra. Ruth Zúñiga and Dra. Daisy Bueno.


To register please visit: https://raicesdebienestar.ce21.com/

For more information about this training please contact Ruby Cabrera at ruby@raicesdebienesetar.com

SGS – Support Groups – Mental Health: Self-Harm & Suicidal Thoughts – Message Board & Support Group – 24/7 @ Register For Details
Apr 21 all-day

 

 

 

Mental Health:

Self-Harm & Suicidal Thoughts

24/7

The Self-Harm & Suicidal Thoughts support group offers a safe and compassionate space for individuals to share their struggles, find understanding, and seek hope in their journey towards healing and recovery.

When you create an account you’ll always come back to where you left off. With an account you can also be notified of new replies, save bookmarks, and use likes to thank others. We can all work together to make this community great. heart

Use the link Below to Join

https://supportgroups.com/

About SupportGroups™

SupportGroups.com is a safe, social support network that allows members & therapists to engage in group discussions for everyone involved. Our groups provide support for those dealing with Mental and Physical Health issues, Addiction, Relationships, or their Identity. Our mission is simple: Provide support in a safe online community for everyone who needs it.

 

T6S – Twelve 6 Strategies – 4th Annual Suicide Prevention Summit – SAVE THE DATE!
Apr 21 all-day

 

SAVE THE DATE!

JULY 11-12, 2024 | PORTLAND, OREGON

TWELVE 6 STRATEGIES

THE 4TH ANNUAL SUICIDE PREVENTION SUMMIT

TO SIGN UP FOR UPDATES, VISIT HTTPS://TWELVE6.ORG

 

Apr
22
Mon
2024
00 – Hotlilne – 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline – 24/7 Weekdays & Weekends
Apr 22 all-day

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Oregon is ready for nationwide launch of 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

Starting July 16, people in Oregon and nationwide will be able to call, text or chat 988, a new three-digit number, available 24/7, that will directly connect anyone experiencing a behavioral health crisis to compassionate care and support from trained crisis counselors. The 988 dialing-code connects callers to the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a network of local crisis call-centers throughout the country. In Oregon, 988 call-centers are operated by Lines for Life statewide, and Northwest Human Services in Marion and Polk counties.

How Does 988 Work?

988 was established in July 2022 to improve access to crisis services in a way that meets our country’s growing suicide and mental health-related crisis care needs. 988 provides easier access to behavioral health crisis services, which are distinct from the public safety purposes of 911 (where the focus is on dispatching Emergency Medical Services, fire and police as needed).

911 continues to operate as it does across the state. For serious and life-threatening situations, 988 call centers work with local mental health providers to support appropriate interventions.

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and Oregon’s 988 call centers are collaborating with 911 Public Safety Answering Points to develop a roadmap on how 911 and 988 can coordinate with each other in the future.

988 crisis counselors are trained to use the least invasive interventions. Oftentimes, responding to a call, text or chat is all that is needed to help someone in crisis. In fact, more than 95 percent of current calls are resolved over the phone.

If a 988 call cannot be resolved over the phone, a mobile crisis team or first responder may be dispatched.

Other important facts to know:

  • 988 is available through every landline, cell phone and voice-over internet device in the United States, as well as text and chat.
  • The current technology for 988 routes callers by area code, not geolocation.
  • 988 is not currently available when phones are locked or do not have prepaid minutes.
  • The transition to 988 does not impact the availability of crisis services for veterans and military service members. They can call 988 and press 1 to connect with the Veterans Crisis Line.
  • For support in Spanish, callers can press 2 to connect with the Red Nacional de Prevención del Suicidio.

The 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline has an infographic with more information on what happens when people call, text or chat.

Community partners interested in helping promote 988 can use posters, social media shareables and other materials about 988 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration at samhsa.gov/988. Learn more about 988 in Oregon on OHA’s 988 webpage. Read press release about 988.

00 – Hotline – 2SLGBT+ CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES GUIDE – 24/7 Weekdays & Weekends
Apr 22 all-day

 

 

 2SLGBT+ CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES GUIDE

YOUR GUIDE TO CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES

 

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Crisis Text Line                           Youthline
Text or cal l988 Text “NATIVE” to 741741 Call 877-968-8491 or text” teen2teen” to 839863
Available 24/7 Available 24/7 Available 24/7, youth peers answering from 4pm-10pm PST.
Connects to Crisis Counselor Connects to Crisis Counselor Connects to youth peer counselors  native youth peer counselors available
For Any Person For Any Person For Youth
For any mental health Crisis For any mental health Crisis For any mental health crisis or general emotional support
Formerly known as the Suicide Prevention Lifeline, operated by SAMHSA Operated by Crisis Text Line Operated by Lines for Life

 

00 – Hotline – SURO – SpeakUp ReachOut – The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Eagle Valley – Crisis Numbers Talk and Text – 24/7 @ phone
Apr 22 all-day

 

SpeakUp ReachOut
The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Eagle Valley – Crisis Numbers Talk and Text
If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, help is available. If need someone to talk to, help is available. If you are trying to help someone else and are not sure what to do, help is available.
Your Hope Center’s support line and Colorado Crisis Services are open 24/7. Vail Health Behavioral Health can help you find a therapist or access 6 free therapy sessions through Olivia’s Fund. Please take advantage of these FREE resources if you need them, anytime you need them:
💛 Your Hope Center: 970-306-4673
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: 844-493-8255
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: text TALK to 38255
💛 Behavioral Health: vailhealthbh.org
Si usted o alguien que conoce está luchando con una crisis de salud mental o en crisis, hay ayuda disponible. Si necesita alguien con quien hablar, hay ayuda disponible. Si está tratando de ayudar a otra persona y no está seguro de qué hacer, hay ayuda disponible.
La línea de apoyo de Your Hope Center y Colorado Crisis Services están abiertas las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana. Behavioral Health puede ayudarte a encontrar un terapeuta, un grupo de apoyo o acceder a 6 sesiones de terapia gratuitas a través de Olivia ‘s Fund. Aproveche estos recursos GRATUITOS en cualquier momento que los necesite:
💛 Your Hope Center: 970-306-4673
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: 844-493-8255
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: text TALK to 38255
💛 Behavioral Health: vailhealthbh.org
01 – Helplline – SP – SAFE PLACE – Youth Crisis Support Service – TXT 4 HELP – Text the word “safe” and your current location (address, city, state) to 4HELP (44357) – 24/7 @ Text line
Apr 22 all-day
05 – Warmline – AriStress Helpline – Mental Health Support for Oregon Farmworkers – call or text (833) 987-2474 – 24/7 – Weekdays & Weekends @ toll free
Apr 22 all-day
05 - Warmline - AriStress Helpline - Mental Health Support for Oregon Farmworkers - call or text (833) 987-2474 - 24/7 - Weekdays & Weekends @ toll free

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mental health support available 24/7 to Oregon farmworkers

call or text (833) 987-2474

People can call the AgriStress Helpline when they are in a crisis, need resources, are concerned about a loved one or just need someone to talk to. Calls are answered within 30 seconds, and all callers are screened for suicidality and offered a 24-hour follow-up call.

The Oregon AgriStress Helpline is available 24/7. If you or someone you love is struggling, call or text (833) 987-2474. The phone line can be accessed in up to 160 languages with the help of interpreters, and the text line offers English, Spanish and Vietnamese.

The helpline’s crisis specialists understand the culture, values, stressors and lived experiences of agriculture, forestry, and fishing workers. They can also offer local mental health resources specific to these industries.

 

RDB – raices de bienestar – Sudicide Prevention and Intervention for Latine Communities – Online Self Study @ online register for details
Apr 22 all-day

 

Raíces is thrilled to announce the launch of our on-demand Suicide Prevention and Intervention for Latine Communities training! Led by our dedicated experts, Dra. Ruth Zúñiga and Dra. Daisy Bueno.


To register please visit: https://raicesdebienestar.ce21.com/

For more information about this training please contact Ruby Cabrera at ruby@raicesdebienesetar.com

SGS – Support Groups – Mental Health: Self-Harm & Suicidal Thoughts – Message Board & Support Group – 24/7 @ Register For Details
Apr 22 all-day

 

 

 

Mental Health:

Self-Harm & Suicidal Thoughts

24/7

The Self-Harm & Suicidal Thoughts support group offers a safe and compassionate space for individuals to share their struggles, find understanding, and seek hope in their journey towards healing and recovery.

When you create an account you’ll always come back to where you left off. With an account you can also be notified of new replies, save bookmarks, and use likes to thank others. We can all work together to make this community great. heart

Use the link Below to Join

https://supportgroups.com/

About SupportGroups™

SupportGroups.com is a safe, social support network that allows members & therapists to engage in group discussions for everyone involved. Our groups provide support for those dealing with Mental and Physical Health issues, Addiction, Relationships, or their Identity. Our mission is simple: Provide support in a safe online community for everyone who needs it.

 

T6S – Twelve 6 Strategies – 4th Annual Suicide Prevention Summit – SAVE THE DATE!
Apr 22 all-day

 

SAVE THE DATE!

JULY 11-12, 2024 | PORTLAND, OREGON

TWELVE 6 STRATEGIES

THE 4TH ANNUAL SUICIDE PREVENTION SUMMIT

TO SIGN UP FOR UPDATES, VISIT HTTPS://TWELVE6.ORG

 

05 – Warmline – LGBTNHC – LGBT National Senior Hotline – Monday though Friday @ phone
Apr 22 @ 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm
05 - Warmline - LGBTNHC - LGBT National Senior Hotline - Monday though Friday @ phone

 

 

 

LGBT National Senior Hotline

888-234-7243

Monday thru Friday from 1pm to 9pm, PST

Many seniors in our community face unique challenges.
In some cases, LGBTQIA+ seniors may not be out to family and if they are, often fear having to go back in the closet if they need assisted services.

We understand that and can talk about it.

We provide a confidential safe space where seniors can speak about their unique issues concerning sexual orientation or gender identity/expression. This includes coming out issues, family dynamics, relationship concerns, elder abuse,  HIV/AIDS anxiety, safer sex information, suicide, and much more.

Sometimes you just need to be heard. We’re here. 

You deserve respect, support, affirmation, and acceptance.

We don’t give advice, and we never tell you what you should do.  Ultimately, those choices are yours to make, but we are here to help you on your journey.

Our highly trained & dedicated LGBTQIA+ volunteers are  here to provide free & confidential services.

Everyone who offers support at the LGBT National Help Center identifies as part of the LGBTQIA+ community.

We offer support, information, and local resources throughout the United States and beyond.

We will never report your calls to any outside organization or authority.

Calls are never outsourced or answered by any other organizations.

WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN CALLING THE LGBT NATIONAL SENIOR HOTLINE

We provide a safe space while on a call.

All of our peer support volunteers are trained and identify as part of the LGBTQIA+ community.

Our calls are confidential. We don’t know who you are.

There are no recordings made of your conversation.

If you would like us to search for local resources near you, we might ask for your zip code/postal code or city, state, or country. We will never ask for your exact address.

Sometimes our conversations can be heavy, and a person might need to stop the conversation and let the emotions they are feeling sink in. That’s ok. If it’s time for you to end the call, you should certainly do so. You will not be judged, and we’re very glad you called for the amount of time you did.

We don’t call other suicide hotlines, 911, or rescue services on your behalf. While we will not make those calls for you, we will do our best to provide you with the phone numbers to call for yourself if you choose. (The exception is if you make credible threat to someone else.)

If you attempt to start a call during open hours and can’t get through, that means that all of our volunteers are currently talking with other people. Please try back in a few minutes. Should you still not be able to get through, you are always welcome to email us at help@LGBThotline.org.

 

 

Apr
23
Tue
2024
00 – Hotlilne – 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline – 24/7 Weekdays & Weekends
Apr 23 all-day

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Oregon is ready for nationwide launch of 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

Starting July 16, people in Oregon and nationwide will be able to call, text or chat 988, a new three-digit number, available 24/7, that will directly connect anyone experiencing a behavioral health crisis to compassionate care and support from trained crisis counselors. The 988 dialing-code connects callers to the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a network of local crisis call-centers throughout the country. In Oregon, 988 call-centers are operated by Lines for Life statewide, and Northwest Human Services in Marion and Polk counties.

How Does 988 Work?

988 was established in July 2022 to improve access to crisis services in a way that meets our country’s growing suicide and mental health-related crisis care needs. 988 provides easier access to behavioral health crisis services, which are distinct from the public safety purposes of 911 (where the focus is on dispatching Emergency Medical Services, fire and police as needed).

911 continues to operate as it does across the state. For serious and life-threatening situations, 988 call centers work with local mental health providers to support appropriate interventions.

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and Oregon’s 988 call centers are collaborating with 911 Public Safety Answering Points to develop a roadmap on how 911 and 988 can coordinate with each other in the future.

988 crisis counselors are trained to use the least invasive interventions. Oftentimes, responding to a call, text or chat is all that is needed to help someone in crisis. In fact, more than 95 percent of current calls are resolved over the phone.

If a 988 call cannot be resolved over the phone, a mobile crisis team or first responder may be dispatched.

Other important facts to know:

  • 988 is available through every landline, cell phone and voice-over internet device in the United States, as well as text and chat.
  • The current technology for 988 routes callers by area code, not geolocation.
  • 988 is not currently available when phones are locked or do not have prepaid minutes.
  • The transition to 988 does not impact the availability of crisis services for veterans and military service members. They can call 988 and press 1 to connect with the Veterans Crisis Line.
  • For support in Spanish, callers can press 2 to connect with the Red Nacional de Prevención del Suicidio.

The 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline has an infographic with more information on what happens when people call, text or chat.

Community partners interested in helping promote 988 can use posters, social media shareables and other materials about 988 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration at samhsa.gov/988. Learn more about 988 in Oregon on OHA’s 988 webpage. Read press release about 988.

00 – Hotline – 2SLGBT+ CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES GUIDE – 24/7 Weekdays & Weekends
Apr 23 all-day

 

 

 2SLGBT+ CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES GUIDE

YOUR GUIDE TO CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES

 

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Crisis Text Line                           Youthline
Text or cal l988 Text “NATIVE” to 741741 Call 877-968-8491 or text” teen2teen” to 839863
Available 24/7 Available 24/7 Available 24/7, youth peers answering from 4pm-10pm PST.
Connects to Crisis Counselor Connects to Crisis Counselor Connects to youth peer counselors  native youth peer counselors available
For Any Person For Any Person For Youth
For any mental health Crisis For any mental health Crisis For any mental health crisis or general emotional support
Formerly known as the Suicide Prevention Lifeline, operated by SAMHSA Operated by Crisis Text Line Operated by Lines for Life

 

00 – Hotline – SURO – SpeakUp ReachOut – The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Eagle Valley – Crisis Numbers Talk and Text – 24/7 @ phone
Apr 23 all-day

 

SpeakUp ReachOut
The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Eagle Valley – Crisis Numbers Talk and Text
If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, help is available. If need someone to talk to, help is available. If you are trying to help someone else and are not sure what to do, help is available.
Your Hope Center’s support line and Colorado Crisis Services are open 24/7. Vail Health Behavioral Health can help you find a therapist or access 6 free therapy sessions through Olivia’s Fund. Please take advantage of these FREE resources if you need them, anytime you need them:
💛 Your Hope Center: 970-306-4673
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: 844-493-8255
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: text TALK to 38255
💛 Behavioral Health: vailhealthbh.org
Si usted o alguien que conoce está luchando con una crisis de salud mental o en crisis, hay ayuda disponible. Si necesita alguien con quien hablar, hay ayuda disponible. Si está tratando de ayudar a otra persona y no está seguro de qué hacer, hay ayuda disponible.
La línea de apoyo de Your Hope Center y Colorado Crisis Services están abiertas las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana. Behavioral Health puede ayudarte a encontrar un terapeuta, un grupo de apoyo o acceder a 6 sesiones de terapia gratuitas a través de Olivia ‘s Fund. Aproveche estos recursos GRATUITOS en cualquier momento que los necesite:
💛 Your Hope Center: 970-306-4673
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: 844-493-8255
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: text TALK to 38255
💛 Behavioral Health: vailhealthbh.org
01 – Helplline – SP – SAFE PLACE – Youth Crisis Support Service – TXT 4 HELP – Text the word “safe” and your current location (address, city, state) to 4HELP (44357) – 24/7 @ Text line
Apr 23 all-day
05 – Warmline – AriStress Helpline – Mental Health Support for Oregon Farmworkers – call or text (833) 987-2474 – 24/7 – Weekdays & Weekends @ toll free
Apr 23 all-day
05 - Warmline - AriStress Helpline - Mental Health Support for Oregon Farmworkers - call or text (833) 987-2474 - 24/7 - Weekdays & Weekends @ toll free

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mental health support available 24/7 to Oregon farmworkers

call or text (833) 987-2474

People can call the AgriStress Helpline when they are in a crisis, need resources, are concerned about a loved one or just need someone to talk to. Calls are answered within 30 seconds, and all callers are screened for suicidality and offered a 24-hour follow-up call.

The Oregon AgriStress Helpline is available 24/7. If you or someone you love is struggling, call or text (833) 987-2474. The phone line can be accessed in up to 160 languages with the help of interpreters, and the text line offers English, Spanish and Vietnamese.

The helpline’s crisis specialists understand the culture, values, stressors and lived experiences of agriculture, forestry, and fishing workers. They can also offer local mental health resources specific to these industries.

 

RDB – raices de bienestar – Sudicide Prevention and Intervention for Latine Communities – Online Self Study @ online register for details
Apr 23 all-day

 

Raíces is thrilled to announce the launch of our on-demand Suicide Prevention and Intervention for Latine Communities training! Led by our dedicated experts, Dra. Ruth Zúñiga and Dra. Daisy Bueno.


To register please visit: https://raicesdebienestar.ce21.com/

For more information about this training please contact Ruby Cabrera at ruby@raicesdebienesetar.com

SGS – Support Groups – Mental Health: Self-Harm & Suicidal Thoughts – Message Board & Support Group – 24/7 @ Register For Details
Apr 23 all-day

 

 

 

Mental Health:

Self-Harm & Suicidal Thoughts

24/7

The Self-Harm & Suicidal Thoughts support group offers a safe and compassionate space for individuals to share their struggles, find understanding, and seek hope in their journey towards healing and recovery.

When you create an account you’ll always come back to where you left off. With an account you can also be notified of new replies, save bookmarks, and use likes to thank others. We can all work together to make this community great. heart

Use the link Below to Join

https://supportgroups.com/

About SupportGroups™

SupportGroups.com is a safe, social support network that allows members & therapists to engage in group discussions for everyone involved. Our groups provide support for those dealing with Mental and Physical Health issues, Addiction, Relationships, or their Identity. Our mission is simple: Provide support in a safe online community for everyone who needs it.

 

T6S – Twelve 6 Strategies – 4th Annual Suicide Prevention Summit – SAVE THE DATE!
Apr 23 all-day

 

SAVE THE DATE!

JULY 11-12, 2024 | PORTLAND, OREGON

TWELVE 6 STRATEGIES

THE 4TH ANNUAL SUICIDE PREVENTION SUMMIT

TO SIGN UP FOR UPDATES, VISIT HTTPS://TWELVE6.ORG

 

05 – Warmline – LGBTNHC – LGBT National Senior Hotline – Monday though Friday @ phone
Apr 23 @ 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm
05 - Warmline - LGBTNHC - LGBT National Senior Hotline - Monday though Friday @ phone

 

 

 

LGBT National Senior Hotline

888-234-7243

Monday thru Friday from 1pm to 9pm, PST

Many seniors in our community face unique challenges.
In some cases, LGBTQIA+ seniors may not be out to family and if they are, often fear having to go back in the closet if they need assisted services.

We understand that and can talk about it.

We provide a confidential safe space where seniors can speak about their unique issues concerning sexual orientation or gender identity/expression. This includes coming out issues, family dynamics, relationship concerns, elder abuse,  HIV/AIDS anxiety, safer sex information, suicide, and much more.

Sometimes you just need to be heard. We’re here. 

You deserve respect, support, affirmation, and acceptance.

We don’t give advice, and we never tell you what you should do.  Ultimately, those choices are yours to make, but we are here to help you on your journey.

Our highly trained & dedicated LGBTQIA+ volunteers are  here to provide free & confidential services.

Everyone who offers support at the LGBT National Help Center identifies as part of the LGBTQIA+ community.

We offer support, information, and local resources throughout the United States and beyond.

We will never report your calls to any outside organization or authority.

Calls are never outsourced or answered by any other organizations.

WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN CALLING THE LGBT NATIONAL SENIOR HOTLINE

We provide a safe space while on a call.

All of our peer support volunteers are trained and identify as part of the LGBTQIA+ community.

Our calls are confidential. We don’t know who you are.

There are no recordings made of your conversation.

If you would like us to search for local resources near you, we might ask for your zip code/postal code or city, state, or country. We will never ask for your exact address.

Sometimes our conversations can be heavy, and a person might need to stop the conversation and let the emotions they are feeling sink in. That’s ok. If it’s time for you to end the call, you should certainly do so. You will not be judged, and we’re very glad you called for the amount of time you did.

We don’t call other suicide hotlines, 911, or rescue services on your behalf. While we will not make those calls for you, we will do our best to provide you with the phone numbers to call for yourself if you choose. (The exception is if you make credible threat to someone else.)

If you attempt to start a call during open hours and can’t get through, that means that all of our volunteers are currently talking with other people. Please try back in a few minutes. Should you still not be able to get through, you are always welcome to email us at help@LGBThotline.org.

 

 

Apr
24
Wed
2024
00 – Hotlilne – 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline – 24/7 Weekdays & Weekends
Apr 24 all-day

\\

Oregon is ready for nationwide launch of 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

Starting July 16, people in Oregon and nationwide will be able to call, text or chat 988, a new three-digit number, available 24/7, that will directly connect anyone experiencing a behavioral health crisis to compassionate care and support from trained crisis counselors. The 988 dialing-code connects callers to the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a network of local crisis call-centers throughout the country. In Oregon, 988 call-centers are operated by Lines for Life statewide, and Northwest Human Services in Marion and Polk counties.

How Does 988 Work?

988 was established in July 2022 to improve access to crisis services in a way that meets our country’s growing suicide and mental health-related crisis care needs. 988 provides easier access to behavioral health crisis services, which are distinct from the public safety purposes of 911 (where the focus is on dispatching Emergency Medical Services, fire and police as needed).

911 continues to operate as it does across the state. For serious and life-threatening situations, 988 call centers work with local mental health providers to support appropriate interventions.

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and Oregon’s 988 call centers are collaborating with 911 Public Safety Answering Points to develop a roadmap on how 911 and 988 can coordinate with each other in the future.

988 crisis counselors are trained to use the least invasive interventions. Oftentimes, responding to a call, text or chat is all that is needed to help someone in crisis. In fact, more than 95 percent of current calls are resolved over the phone.

If a 988 call cannot be resolved over the phone, a mobile crisis team or first responder may be dispatched.

Other important facts to know:

  • 988 is available through every landline, cell phone and voice-over internet device in the United States, as well as text and chat.
  • The current technology for 988 routes callers by area code, not geolocation.
  • 988 is not currently available when phones are locked or do not have prepaid minutes.
  • The transition to 988 does not impact the availability of crisis services for veterans and military service members. They can call 988 and press 1 to connect with the Veterans Crisis Line.
  • For support in Spanish, callers can press 2 to connect with the Red Nacional de Prevención del Suicidio.

The 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline has an infographic with more information on what happens when people call, text or chat.

Community partners interested in helping promote 988 can use posters, social media shareables and other materials about 988 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration at samhsa.gov/988. Learn more about 988 in Oregon on OHA’s 988 webpage. Read press release about 988.

00 – Hotline – 2SLGBT+ CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES GUIDE – 24/7 Weekdays & Weekends
Apr 24 all-day

 

 

 2SLGBT+ CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES GUIDE

YOUR GUIDE TO CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES

 

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Crisis Text Line                           Youthline
Text or cal l988 Text “NATIVE” to 741741 Call 877-968-8491 or text” teen2teen” to 839863
Available 24/7 Available 24/7 Available 24/7, youth peers answering from 4pm-10pm PST.
Connects to Crisis Counselor Connects to Crisis Counselor Connects to youth peer counselors  native youth peer counselors available
For Any Person For Any Person For Youth
For any mental health Crisis For any mental health Crisis For any mental health crisis or general emotional support
Formerly known as the Suicide Prevention Lifeline, operated by SAMHSA Operated by Crisis Text Line Operated by Lines for Life

 

00 – Hotline – SURO – SpeakUp ReachOut – The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Eagle Valley – Crisis Numbers Talk and Text – 24/7 @ phone
Apr 24 all-day

 

SpeakUp ReachOut
The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Eagle Valley – Crisis Numbers Talk and Text
If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, help is available. If need someone to talk to, help is available. If you are trying to help someone else and are not sure what to do, help is available.
Your Hope Center’s support line and Colorado Crisis Services are open 24/7. Vail Health Behavioral Health can help you find a therapist or access 6 free therapy sessions through Olivia’s Fund. Please take advantage of these FREE resources if you need them, anytime you need them:
💛 Your Hope Center: 970-306-4673
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: 844-493-8255
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: text TALK to 38255
💛 Behavioral Health: vailhealthbh.org
Si usted o alguien que conoce está luchando con una crisis de salud mental o en crisis, hay ayuda disponible. Si necesita alguien con quien hablar, hay ayuda disponible. Si está tratando de ayudar a otra persona y no está seguro de qué hacer, hay ayuda disponible.
La línea de apoyo de Your Hope Center y Colorado Crisis Services están abiertas las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana. Behavioral Health puede ayudarte a encontrar un terapeuta, un grupo de apoyo o acceder a 6 sesiones de terapia gratuitas a través de Olivia ‘s Fund. Aproveche estos recursos GRATUITOS en cualquier momento que los necesite:
💛 Your Hope Center: 970-306-4673
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: 844-493-8255
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: text TALK to 38255
💛 Behavioral Health: vailhealthbh.org
01 – Helplline – SP – SAFE PLACE – Youth Crisis Support Service – TXT 4 HELP – Text the word “safe” and your current location (address, city, state) to 4HELP (44357) – 24/7 @ Text line
Apr 24 all-day
05 – Warmline – AriStress Helpline – Mental Health Support for Oregon Farmworkers – call or text (833) 987-2474 – 24/7 – Weekdays & Weekends @ toll free
Apr 24 all-day
05 - Warmline - AriStress Helpline - Mental Health Support for Oregon Farmworkers - call or text (833) 987-2474 - 24/7 - Weekdays & Weekends @ toll free

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mental health support available 24/7 to Oregon farmworkers

call or text (833) 987-2474

People can call the AgriStress Helpline when they are in a crisis, need resources, are concerned about a loved one or just need someone to talk to. Calls are answered within 30 seconds, and all callers are screened for suicidality and offered a 24-hour follow-up call.

The Oregon AgriStress Helpline is available 24/7. If you or someone you love is struggling, call or text (833) 987-2474. The phone line can be accessed in up to 160 languages with the help of interpreters, and the text line offers English, Spanish and Vietnamese.

The helpline’s crisis specialists understand the culture, values, stressors and lived experiences of agriculture, forestry, and fishing workers. They can also offer local mental health resources specific to these industries.

 

RDB – raices de bienestar – Sudicide Prevention and Intervention for Latine Communities – Online Self Study @ online register for details
Apr 24 all-day

 

Raíces is thrilled to announce the launch of our on-demand Suicide Prevention and Intervention for Latine Communities training! Led by our dedicated experts, Dra. Ruth Zúñiga and Dra. Daisy Bueno.


To register please visit: https://raicesdebienestar.ce21.com/

For more information about this training please contact Ruby Cabrera at ruby@raicesdebienesetar.com

SGS – Support Groups – Mental Health: Self-Harm & Suicidal Thoughts – Message Board & Support Group – 24/7 @ Register For Details
Apr 24 all-day

 

 

 

Mental Health:

Self-Harm & Suicidal Thoughts

24/7

The Self-Harm & Suicidal Thoughts support group offers a safe and compassionate space for individuals to share their struggles, find understanding, and seek hope in their journey towards healing and recovery.

When you create an account you’ll always come back to where you left off. With an account you can also be notified of new replies, save bookmarks, and use likes to thank others. We can all work together to make this community great. heart

Use the link Below to Join

https://supportgroups.com/

About SupportGroups™

SupportGroups.com is a safe, social support network that allows members & therapists to engage in group discussions for everyone involved. Our groups provide support for those dealing with Mental and Physical Health issues, Addiction, Relationships, or their Identity. Our mission is simple: Provide support in a safe online community for everyone who needs it.

 

T6S – Twelve 6 Strategies – 4th Annual Suicide Prevention Summit – SAVE THE DATE!
Apr 24 all-day

 

SAVE THE DATE!

JULY 11-12, 2024 | PORTLAND, OREGON

TWELVE 6 STRATEGIES

THE 4TH ANNUAL SUICIDE PREVENTION SUMMIT

TO SIGN UP FOR UPDATES, VISIT HTTPS://TWELVE6.ORG

 

05 – Warmline – LGBTNHC – LGBT National Senior Hotline – Monday though Friday @ phone
Apr 24 @ 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm
05 - Warmline - LGBTNHC - LGBT National Senior Hotline - Monday though Friday @ phone

 

 

 

LGBT National Senior Hotline

888-234-7243

Monday thru Friday from 1pm to 9pm, PST

Many seniors in our community face unique challenges.
In some cases, LGBTQIA+ seniors may not be out to family and if they are, often fear having to go back in the closet if they need assisted services.

We understand that and can talk about it.

We provide a confidential safe space where seniors can speak about their unique issues concerning sexual orientation or gender identity/expression. This includes coming out issues, family dynamics, relationship concerns, elder abuse,  HIV/AIDS anxiety, safer sex information, suicide, and much more.

Sometimes you just need to be heard. We’re here. 

You deserve respect, support, affirmation, and acceptance.

We don’t give advice, and we never tell you what you should do.  Ultimately, those choices are yours to make, but we are here to help you on your journey.

Our highly trained & dedicated LGBTQIA+ volunteers are  here to provide free & confidential services.

Everyone who offers support at the LGBT National Help Center identifies as part of the LGBTQIA+ community.

We offer support, information, and local resources throughout the United States and beyond.

We will never report your calls to any outside organization or authority.

Calls are never outsourced or answered by any other organizations.

WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN CALLING THE LGBT NATIONAL SENIOR HOTLINE

We provide a safe space while on a call.

All of our peer support volunteers are trained and identify as part of the LGBTQIA+ community.

Our calls are confidential. We don’t know who you are.

There are no recordings made of your conversation.

If you would like us to search for local resources near you, we might ask for your zip code/postal code or city, state, or country. We will never ask for your exact address.

Sometimes our conversations can be heavy, and a person might need to stop the conversation and let the emotions they are feeling sink in. That’s ok. If it’s time for you to end the call, you should certainly do so. You will not be judged, and we’re very glad you called for the amount of time you did.

We don’t call other suicide hotlines, 911, or rescue services on your behalf. While we will not make those calls for you, we will do our best to provide you with the phone numbers to call for yourself if you choose. (The exception is if you make credible threat to someone else.)

If you attempt to start a call during open hours and can’t get through, that means that all of our volunteers are currently talking with other people. Please try back in a few minutes. Should you still not be able to get through, you are always welcome to email us at help@LGBThotline.org.

 

 

Apr
25
Thu
2024
00 – Hotlilne – 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline – 24/7 Weekdays & Weekends
Apr 25 all-day

\\

Oregon is ready for nationwide launch of 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

Starting July 16, people in Oregon and nationwide will be able to call, text or chat 988, a new three-digit number, available 24/7, that will directly connect anyone experiencing a behavioral health crisis to compassionate care and support from trained crisis counselors. The 988 dialing-code connects callers to the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a network of local crisis call-centers throughout the country. In Oregon, 988 call-centers are operated by Lines for Life statewide, and Northwest Human Services in Marion and Polk counties.

How Does 988 Work?

988 was established in July 2022 to improve access to crisis services in a way that meets our country’s growing suicide and mental health-related crisis care needs. 988 provides easier access to behavioral health crisis services, which are distinct from the public safety purposes of 911 (where the focus is on dispatching Emergency Medical Services, fire and police as needed).

911 continues to operate as it does across the state. For serious and life-threatening situations, 988 call centers work with local mental health providers to support appropriate interventions.

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and Oregon’s 988 call centers are collaborating with 911 Public Safety Answering Points to develop a roadmap on how 911 and 988 can coordinate with each other in the future.

988 crisis counselors are trained to use the least invasive interventions. Oftentimes, responding to a call, text or chat is all that is needed to help someone in crisis. In fact, more than 95 percent of current calls are resolved over the phone.

If a 988 call cannot be resolved over the phone, a mobile crisis team or first responder may be dispatched.

Other important facts to know:

  • 988 is available through every landline, cell phone and voice-over internet device in the United States, as well as text and chat.
  • The current technology for 988 routes callers by area code, not geolocation.
  • 988 is not currently available when phones are locked or do not have prepaid minutes.
  • The transition to 988 does not impact the availability of crisis services for veterans and military service members. They can call 988 and press 1 to connect with the Veterans Crisis Line.
  • For support in Spanish, callers can press 2 to connect with the Red Nacional de Prevención del Suicidio.

The 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline has an infographic with more information on what happens when people call, text or chat.

Community partners interested in helping promote 988 can use posters, social media shareables and other materials about 988 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration at samhsa.gov/988. Learn more about 988 in Oregon on OHA’s 988 webpage. Read press release about 988.

00 – Hotline – 2SLGBT+ CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES GUIDE – 24/7 Weekdays & Weekends
Apr 25 all-day

 

 

 2SLGBT+ CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES GUIDE

YOUR GUIDE TO CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES

 

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Crisis Text Line                           Youthline
Text or cal l988 Text “NATIVE” to 741741 Call 877-968-8491 or text” teen2teen” to 839863
Available 24/7 Available 24/7 Available 24/7, youth peers answering from 4pm-10pm PST.
Connects to Crisis Counselor Connects to Crisis Counselor Connects to youth peer counselors  native youth peer counselors available
For Any Person For Any Person For Youth
For any mental health Crisis For any mental health Crisis For any mental health crisis or general emotional support
Formerly known as the Suicide Prevention Lifeline, operated by SAMHSA Operated by Crisis Text Line Operated by Lines for Life

 

00 – Hotline – SURO – SpeakUp ReachOut – The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Eagle Valley – Crisis Numbers Talk and Text – 24/7 @ phone
Apr 25 all-day

 

SpeakUp ReachOut
The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Eagle Valley – Crisis Numbers Talk and Text
If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, help is available. If need someone to talk to, help is available. If you are trying to help someone else and are not sure what to do, help is available.
Your Hope Center’s support line and Colorado Crisis Services are open 24/7. Vail Health Behavioral Health can help you find a therapist or access 6 free therapy sessions through Olivia’s Fund. Please take advantage of these FREE resources if you need them, anytime you need them:
💛 Your Hope Center: 970-306-4673
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: 844-493-8255
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: text TALK to 38255
💛 Behavioral Health: vailhealthbh.org
Si usted o alguien que conoce está luchando con una crisis de salud mental o en crisis, hay ayuda disponible. Si necesita alguien con quien hablar, hay ayuda disponible. Si está tratando de ayudar a otra persona y no está seguro de qué hacer, hay ayuda disponible.
La línea de apoyo de Your Hope Center y Colorado Crisis Services están abiertas las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana. Behavioral Health puede ayudarte a encontrar un terapeuta, un grupo de apoyo o acceder a 6 sesiones de terapia gratuitas a través de Olivia ‘s Fund. Aproveche estos recursos GRATUITOS en cualquier momento que los necesite:
💛 Your Hope Center: 970-306-4673
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: 844-493-8255
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: text TALK to 38255
💛 Behavioral Health: vailhealthbh.org
01 – Helplline – SP – SAFE PLACE – Youth Crisis Support Service – TXT 4 HELP – Text the word “safe” and your current location (address, city, state) to 4HELP (44357) – 24/7 @ Text line
Apr 25 all-day
05 – Warmline – AriStress Helpline – Mental Health Support for Oregon Farmworkers – call or text (833) 987-2474 – 24/7 – Weekdays & Weekends @ toll free
Apr 25 all-day
05 - Warmline - AriStress Helpline - Mental Health Support for Oregon Farmworkers - call or text (833) 987-2474 - 24/7 - Weekdays & Weekends @ toll free

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mental health support available 24/7 to Oregon farmworkers

call or text (833) 987-2474

People can call the AgriStress Helpline when they are in a crisis, need resources, are concerned about a loved one or just need someone to talk to. Calls are answered within 30 seconds, and all callers are screened for suicidality and offered a 24-hour follow-up call.

The Oregon AgriStress Helpline is available 24/7. If you or someone you love is struggling, call or text (833) 987-2474. The phone line can be accessed in up to 160 languages with the help of interpreters, and the text line offers English, Spanish and Vietnamese.

The helpline’s crisis specialists understand the culture, values, stressors and lived experiences of agriculture, forestry, and fishing workers. They can also offer local mental health resources specific to these industries.

 

RDB – raices de bienestar – Sudicide Prevention and Intervention for Latine Communities – Online Self Study @ online register for details
Apr 25 all-day

 

Raíces is thrilled to announce the launch of our on-demand Suicide Prevention and Intervention for Latine Communities training! Led by our dedicated experts, Dra. Ruth Zúñiga and Dra. Daisy Bueno.


To register please visit: https://raicesdebienestar.ce21.com/

For more information about this training please contact Ruby Cabrera at ruby@raicesdebienesetar.com

SGS – Support Groups – Mental Health: Self-Harm & Suicidal Thoughts – Message Board & Support Group – 24/7 @ Register For Details
Apr 25 all-day

 

 

 

Mental Health:

Self-Harm & Suicidal Thoughts

24/7

The Self-Harm & Suicidal Thoughts support group offers a safe and compassionate space for individuals to share their struggles, find understanding, and seek hope in their journey towards healing and recovery.

When you create an account you’ll always come back to where you left off. With an account you can also be notified of new replies, save bookmarks, and use likes to thank others. We can all work together to make this community great. heart

Use the link Below to Join

https://supportgroups.com/

About SupportGroups™

SupportGroups.com is a safe, social support network that allows members & therapists to engage in group discussions for everyone involved. Our groups provide support for those dealing with Mental and Physical Health issues, Addiction, Relationships, or their Identity. Our mission is simple: Provide support in a safe online community for everyone who needs it.

 

T6S – Twelve 6 Strategies – 4th Annual Suicide Prevention Summit – SAVE THE DATE!
Apr 25 all-day

 

SAVE THE DATE!

JULY 11-12, 2024 | PORTLAND, OREGON

TWELVE 6 STRATEGIES

THE 4TH ANNUAL SUICIDE PREVENTION SUMMIT

TO SIGN UP FOR UPDATES, VISIT HTTPS://TWELVE6.ORG

 

05 – Warmline – LGBTNHC – LGBT National Senior Hotline – Monday though Friday @ phone
Apr 25 @ 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm
05 - Warmline - LGBTNHC - LGBT National Senior Hotline - Monday though Friday @ phone

 

 

 

LGBT National Senior Hotline

888-234-7243

Monday thru Friday from 1pm to 9pm, PST

Many seniors in our community face unique challenges.
In some cases, LGBTQIA+ seniors may not be out to family and if they are, often fear having to go back in the closet if they need assisted services.

We understand that and can talk about it.

We provide a confidential safe space where seniors can speak about their unique issues concerning sexual orientation or gender identity/expression. This includes coming out issues, family dynamics, relationship concerns, elder abuse,  HIV/AIDS anxiety, safer sex information, suicide, and much more.

Sometimes you just need to be heard. We’re here. 

You deserve respect, support, affirmation, and acceptance.

We don’t give advice, and we never tell you what you should do.  Ultimately, those choices are yours to make, but we are here to help you on your journey.

Our highly trained & dedicated LGBTQIA+ volunteers are  here to provide free & confidential services.

Everyone who offers support at the LGBT National Help Center identifies as part of the LGBTQIA+ community.

We offer support, information, and local resources throughout the United States and beyond.

We will never report your calls to any outside organization or authority.

Calls are never outsourced or answered by any other organizations.

WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN CALLING THE LGBT NATIONAL SENIOR HOTLINE

We provide a safe space while on a call.

All of our peer support volunteers are trained and identify as part of the LGBTQIA+ community.

Our calls are confidential. We don’t know who you are.

There are no recordings made of your conversation.

If you would like us to search for local resources near you, we might ask for your zip code/postal code or city, state, or country. We will never ask for your exact address.

Sometimes our conversations can be heavy, and a person might need to stop the conversation and let the emotions they are feeling sink in. That’s ok. If it’s time for you to end the call, you should certainly do so. You will not be judged, and we’re very glad you called for the amount of time you did.

We don’t call other suicide hotlines, 911, or rescue services on your behalf. While we will not make those calls for you, we will do our best to provide you with the phone numbers to call for yourself if you choose. (The exception is if you make credible threat to someone else.)

If you attempt to start a call during open hours and can’t get through, that means that all of our volunteers are currently talking with other people. Please try back in a few minutes. Should you still not be able to get through, you are always welcome to email us at help@LGBThotline.org.

 

 

Apr
26
Fri
2024
00 – Hotlilne – 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline – 24/7 Weekdays & Weekends
Apr 26 all-day

\\

Oregon is ready for nationwide launch of 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

Starting July 16, people in Oregon and nationwide will be able to call, text or chat 988, a new three-digit number, available 24/7, that will directly connect anyone experiencing a behavioral health crisis to compassionate care and support from trained crisis counselors. The 988 dialing-code connects callers to the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a network of local crisis call-centers throughout the country. In Oregon, 988 call-centers are operated by Lines for Life statewide, and Northwest Human Services in Marion and Polk counties.

How Does 988 Work?

988 was established in July 2022 to improve access to crisis services in a way that meets our country’s growing suicide and mental health-related crisis care needs. 988 provides easier access to behavioral health crisis services, which are distinct from the public safety purposes of 911 (where the focus is on dispatching Emergency Medical Services, fire and police as needed).

911 continues to operate as it does across the state. For serious and life-threatening situations, 988 call centers work with local mental health providers to support appropriate interventions.

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and Oregon’s 988 call centers are collaborating with 911 Public Safety Answering Points to develop a roadmap on how 911 and 988 can coordinate with each other in the future.

988 crisis counselors are trained to use the least invasive interventions. Oftentimes, responding to a call, text or chat is all that is needed to help someone in crisis. In fact, more than 95 percent of current calls are resolved over the phone.

If a 988 call cannot be resolved over the phone, a mobile crisis team or first responder may be dispatched.

Other important facts to know:

  • 988 is available through every landline, cell phone and voice-over internet device in the United States, as well as text and chat.
  • The current technology for 988 routes callers by area code, not geolocation.
  • 988 is not currently available when phones are locked or do not have prepaid minutes.
  • The transition to 988 does not impact the availability of crisis services for veterans and military service members. They can call 988 and press 1 to connect with the Veterans Crisis Line.
  • For support in Spanish, callers can press 2 to connect with the Red Nacional de Prevención del Suicidio.

The 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline has an infographic with more information on what happens when people call, text or chat.

Community partners interested in helping promote 988 can use posters, social media shareables and other materials about 988 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration at samhsa.gov/988. Learn more about 988 in Oregon on OHA’s 988 webpage. Read press release about 988.

00 – Hotline – 2SLGBT+ CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES GUIDE – 24/7 Weekdays & Weekends
Apr 26 all-day

 

 

 2SLGBT+ CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES GUIDE

YOUR GUIDE TO CRISIS CALL & TEXT SERVICES

 

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Crisis Text Line                           Youthline
Text or cal l988 Text “NATIVE” to 741741 Call 877-968-8491 or text” teen2teen” to 839863
Available 24/7 Available 24/7 Available 24/7, youth peers answering from 4pm-10pm PST.
Connects to Crisis Counselor Connects to Crisis Counselor Connects to youth peer counselors  native youth peer counselors available
For Any Person For Any Person For Youth
For any mental health Crisis For any mental health Crisis For any mental health crisis or general emotional support
Formerly known as the Suicide Prevention Lifeline, operated by SAMHSA Operated by Crisis Text Line Operated by Lines for Life

 

00 – Hotline – SURO – SpeakUp ReachOut – The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Eagle Valley – Crisis Numbers Talk and Text – 24/7 @ phone
Apr 26 all-day

 

SpeakUp ReachOut
The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Eagle Valley – Crisis Numbers Talk and Text
If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, help is available. If need someone to talk to, help is available. If you are trying to help someone else and are not sure what to do, help is available.
Your Hope Center’s support line and Colorado Crisis Services are open 24/7. Vail Health Behavioral Health can help you find a therapist or access 6 free therapy sessions through Olivia’s Fund. Please take advantage of these FREE resources if you need them, anytime you need them:
💛 Your Hope Center: 970-306-4673
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: 844-493-8255
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: text TALK to 38255
💛 Behavioral Health: vailhealthbh.org
Si usted o alguien que conoce está luchando con una crisis de salud mental o en crisis, hay ayuda disponible. Si necesita alguien con quien hablar, hay ayuda disponible. Si está tratando de ayudar a otra persona y no está seguro de qué hacer, hay ayuda disponible.
La línea de apoyo de Your Hope Center y Colorado Crisis Services están abiertas las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana. Behavioral Health puede ayudarte a encontrar un terapeuta, un grupo de apoyo o acceder a 6 sesiones de terapia gratuitas a través de Olivia ‘s Fund. Aproveche estos recursos GRATUITOS en cualquier momento que los necesite:
💛 Your Hope Center: 970-306-4673
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: 844-493-8255
💛 Colorado Crisis Services: text TALK to 38255
💛 Behavioral Health: vailhealthbh.org
01 – Helplline – SP – SAFE PLACE – Youth Crisis Support Service – TXT 4 HELP – Text the word “safe” and your current location (address, city, state) to 4HELP (44357) – 24/7 @ Text line
Apr 26 all-day
05 – Warmline – AriStress Helpline – Mental Health Support for Oregon Farmworkers – call or text (833) 987-2474 – 24/7 – Weekdays & Weekends @ toll free
Apr 26 all-day
05 - Warmline - AriStress Helpline - Mental Health Support for Oregon Farmworkers - call or text (833) 987-2474 - 24/7 - Weekdays & Weekends @ toll free

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mental health support available 24/7 to Oregon farmworkers

call or text (833) 987-2474

People can call the AgriStress Helpline when they are in a crisis, need resources, are concerned about a loved one or just need someone to talk to. Calls are answered within 30 seconds, and all callers are screened for suicidality and offered a 24-hour follow-up call.

The Oregon AgriStress Helpline is available 24/7. If you or someone you love is struggling, call or text (833) 987-2474. The phone line can be accessed in up to 160 languages with the help of interpreters, and the text line offers English, Spanish and Vietnamese.

The helpline’s crisis specialists understand the culture, values, stressors and lived experiences of agriculture, forestry, and fishing workers. They can also offer local mental health resources specific to these industries.

 

RDB – raices de bienestar – Sudicide Prevention and Intervention for Latine Communities – Online Self Study @ online register for details
Apr 26 all-day

 

Raíces is thrilled to announce the launch of our on-demand Suicide Prevention and Intervention for Latine Communities training! Led by our dedicated experts, Dra. Ruth Zúñiga and Dra. Daisy Bueno.


To register please visit: https://raicesdebienestar.ce21.com/

For more information about this training please contact Ruby Cabrera at ruby@raicesdebienesetar.com